Michelle Chan from BBC goes on patrol with Chad's anti-poaching team who are trying to protect the country's stunning wildlife.
African Parks in the News
Source: GQ Magazine
In Garamba National Park, in Democratic Republic of Congo, 13 park rangers have been killed in the past three years, and 256 elephants have been...
Chinko, in Central African Republic, "portrays hope in a situation where everything is stacked up to be doom and gloom. We are not allowing Eden...
Source: Washington Post
Le Tchad a signé lundi un accord avec une ONG pour la restauration de la réserve naturelle d'Ennedi (nord-est), a annoncé l'ONG African Parks.
Source: Le Monde
Un accord a été signé entre African Parks et le gouvernement pour la restauration du massif montagneux classé au patrimoine mondial par l’Unesco.
Source: Financial Times
Lucia van der Post ventures into deepest Chad on an expedition to document some of the world’s oldest rock art – encountering vast deserts, magnificent...
Source: Vanity Fair
Gorillas are the draw, but Rwanda astounds with its timeless old-growth rainforest and a new generation driven to live a meaningful life
Source: Conde Nast Traveller
This beautiful African country is now a world-away from the nightmare that engulfed it more than twenty years ago. Rwanda's sprawling, vibrant cities have a...
Benin and the National Geographic Society have announced a 23-and-a-half million dollars partnership to protect and revitalize one of the West African country's national parks
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